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 IFV environment creation script 

Last post Thu, Jul 12 2007 4:39 AM by archive. 0 replies.
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    in order to further improve productivity I want to share a script with you that magically creates a complete IFV environment for you. It works with IFV 6.1 p001.

    IFV Environment Generation

    This script creates an initial IFV environment that is ready to run.

          ifvdir.sh Version: 2

          Usage: ifv_create_environment.sh [options]

           Option:         Default:   Description:
           ------------    --------   ------------
           -dir      ifv        name of directory to create
           -clk      clk        clock name
           -rst      rst        reset name
           -rstlo          *unset*   if reset is active low
           -rtl      rtl        relative path to rtl directory from current location
           -vhd            *unset*    set if top level is VHDL, Verilog assumed when unset
           -arch     rtl        architecture name for vhdl top level
           -file     *default*  set to HDL filename if different to design name

    Basic usage is:
    This will create a directory called 'ifv', and populate it with 3 files:


    All of these files will be generated using the default settings.
    Note that relative paths are from where the script is called, not where ifv will be run.

    If the RTL directory does not exist, it will also be created and filled with a dummy file.
    To start ifv, type the following

     cd ifv; ifv -f *.f +gui

    Joerg Mueller

    Originally posted in cdnusers.org by jmueller
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